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Exploring Local Culture in Vibrant Guatemala
The late afternoon sun is a ball of fire, sprinkling sequins of gold into the indigo water of ...
October 25, 2018
From Repression to Freedom: Czech-Canadians Recall Fleeing 1968 Communist Invasion
Josef Jurkovic’s memories of the night 50 years ago when military tanks rolled into his hometown are as ...
September 27, 2018
Korean War Vets to Mark 65th Anniversary of Armistice
The haunting wail of a military bugle will echo off the polished granite structure known as the Wall ...
July 19, 2018
Canada Days: Celebrating the shared heritage of all Canadians
People might expect Canada Day celebrations to be somewhat muted this year in the wake of last year’s ...
June 28, 2018
Negotiating a 9,000 Km Demarcation Line: Canada-Us Boundary Marks 110 Years
April 11 will be just another day for most Canadians, but in fact it marks the 110th anniversary ...
April 5, 2018
Christian Genocide Survivor Group Fights to Save Others in Crisis
They survived a slow-motion genocide during the twilight of the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century, then outbursts ...
January 18, 2018
Fighting Landmines: Progress Made, but More Funding Needed, Say NGOs
OTTAWA—An anniversary celebration conference on the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention, also known as the Ottawa Treaty, garnered high ...
December 7, 2017
Ottawa Landmine Treaty 20 Years On
Twenty years ago on Dec. 3, 1997, representatives from 122 countries gathered in Ottawa to sign the Anti-Personnel ...
November 30, 2017
Seals, Puffins, and a Haunted Castle: A Day Trip From Dublin
The waves are rough and choppy and the wind and sea spray whip my hair and face, but ...
November 29, 2017
Luxembourg: A Hidden Gem in the Heart of Western Europe
As I head for my hotel across Place d'Armes—a traffic-free zone that's more like a large outdoor patio ...
September 5, 2017
Recognizing 3 Inspirational Canadians on Canada’s 150th
For too long, Canada has been somewhat of an unsung hero among the world's nations. But that has ...
June 29, 2017
Aung San Suu Kyi Visits Ottawa, Discusses Myanmar’s Transition From Dictatorship to Democracy
OTTAWA—The transformation of Myanmar from dictatorship to democracy—and how Canada can help smooth the road ahead—will be the ...
June 6, 2017
Ottawa Restaurateur Keeps Family’s Hakka Culinary Heritage Alive
OTTAWA—"I was the most popular trading partner," says 28-year-old Alton Wu with a laugh. He is not referring ...
Food & Dining
April 25, 2017
Turkish Chef Demonstrates Art of Culinary Diplomacy in Ottawa
OTTAWA—Instead of baking a cake for Canada's 150th birthday, executive chef Ismet Saz had another treat for guests ...
March 28, 2017
Two Sisters’ Unique Initiative Puts Cape Breton Island on World Map
OTTAWA—It's something like an "Anne of Green Gables" story in a 21st-century setting. Instead of "sending word" to ...
March 22, 2017
Martin Luther King Day: Canada a World Leader in Racial Justice, Says Expert
OTTAWA—Although certainly flawed when measured against the ideals of Martin Luther King Jr., Canada today comes closer to ...
January 17, 2017
BC Lawsuit Has Potential to Dismantle Canada’s Publicly Funded Health Care
A pivotal lawsuit, currently in its second week of hearing at the Supreme Court of British Columbia, could ...
September 15, 2016
Will China Allow Taiwan to Participate in UN Aviation Meeting in Montreal?
As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to embark on a trip to China to win friends and open ...
August 25, 2016
Restoring Indigenous Rights: Canada and Taiwan on Similar Paths
Both Canada and Taiwan have embarked on a new era of justice for their indigenous populations. The two ...
August 8, 2016
The Hague’s Ruling on South China Sea: Canada ‘Concerned’ Over Rising Tensions
A recent ruling on a territorial dispute in the South China Sea between China and the Philippines has ...
July 29, 2016
86-year-old Taiwanese Businesswoman Unfazed by Decline in Tourism
At age 86, Jin-Pen Tsau could be taken for a stereotypical Taiwanese matriarch. However, her wrinkled face and ...
Asia & Pacific
July 20, 2016
Taiwan Unhappy with International Court’s South China Sea Ruling
The recent ruling by The Hague's Permanent Court of Arbitration rejecting China's territorial claims to islands in the ...
July 20, 2016
China’s Huawei Could Gain Access to CCTV in West Australia’s Public Transport Network
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Videos of the Day: US Border Patrol Detains Migrants Climbing Border Fence at Tijuana
Private Investigators Tell House Subcommittee That Clintons Could Owe Hundreds of Millions in Taxes
Meadows Out of the Running as Trump’s Chief of Staff
Strasbourg Suspect Killed in Gun Battle With Police
Judge Orders Special Counsel Mueller to Hand Over Documents on Flynn Interview
China Resumes Buying US Soybeans Amid Trade Truce
Communist China Poses Greatest Threat to US and World, Senators Told
Cohen’s Punishment Had Little to Do With Campaign-Finance Violations, Sentencing Experts Say
Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Exposes Holes in Mueller Investigation